Hi Anthony,

the file with the error should be your own `manifests/init.pp`, the path is
just weird because of the additional setup required for the tests.


Cheers, David

On Sat, Feb 3, 2018 at 2:33 AM Anthony Scudese <anth...@robottalk.tv> wrote:

> Hey,
>
> Unfortunately it seems to be a file that is autogenerated when I run
> pdk test unit
>
> . Is there a way I can stop the clean up process that happens? I'm new to
> rspec and pdk in general.
>
> Thanks,
> Anthony
>
>
> On Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 7:09:56 PM UTC-5, Rob Nelson wrote:
>
>> Can you share the contents of that file, or at least line 30 and a few
>> before and after it?
>>
>> On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 6:36 PM Anthony Scudese <ant...@robottalk.tv>
>> wrote:
>>
> Hi all,
>>>
>>> I've grown incredibly frustrated. So I'm trying to write some unit tests
>>> for my puppet modules. I've got PDK installed and running. My first test
>>> runs, "without params", but my second test fails due to a compilation
>>> error. Not sure what the real difference is between the two:
>>>
>>> require 'spec_helper'
>>>
>>> describe 'nuke', type: :class do
>>>   let(:facts) do
>>>     {
>>>       :userprofilepaths_array => ['C:\Users\foobar']
>>>     }
>>>   end
>>>
>>>   context 'with no params' do
>>>     it { should_not compile }
>>>   end
>>>
>>>   context 'with nuke product' do
>>>     let(:params) do
>>>       {
>>>         :products  => {
>>>           'Nuke 9'  => {
>>>             'version'  => '9.0V5',
>>>             'package_source' => '/abs/path/to/nuke_installer.exe'
>>>           }
>>>         }
>>>       }
>>>     end
>>>
>>>     it { should compile }
>>>   end
>>> end
>>>
>>> The error is:
>>>
>>> failed: rspec: ./spec/classes/nuke_spec.rb:26: error during compilation:
>>>> Evaluation Error: Left match operand must result in a String value. Got an
>>>> Undef Value. at
>>>> /Users/anthony/repos/puppetdev/nuke/spec/fixtures/modules/nuke/manifests/init.pp:30:7
>>>> on node anthonymbpro.local
>>>>   nuke with nuke product should compile into a catalogue without
>>>> dependency cycles
>>>>   Failure/Error:
>>>>       end
>>>>
>>>>       it { should compile }
>>>>     end
>>>>   end
>>>>
>>>
>>>
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